4 Most Unusual Animals to See Before You Die
Shoebill storks have shoe-shaped bills. Noteworthy about this beautiful animal? Shoebills can grow to over 4 feet.
Unlike many other marsh birds, shoebills are adept predators. Their lengthy legs help them to hunt reptiles, rodents, and fish in shallow waters.
According to "National Geographic," the stick insect has "one of the most efficient natural camouflages on Earth" due to its ability to stay stationary for lengthy periods.
Stick insects are diverse. The enormous prickly stick insect is cool. Australian-born, it has thorn-like spikes to blend in.
The glass frog is transparent like glass. Many of these frogs have lime-green skin, while some have no underside colour, revealing their organs.
Their speckled backs may fool predators looking for their pups. Costa Rica and Panama are best for seeing this tree-dwelling frog.
Ancient, aggressive, and strange mantis shrimp. Mantis shrimp are unique and have existed for 400 million years.
These "clubs" can break crab shells and clams. (Some have spears instead of clubs, which are as dangerous.)
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